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Publisher: American Chemical Society
Schultz, Donald N., Glass, J. Edward
Best known for their use as bulk materials, polymers when used in small amounts as rheology modifiers can convert simple fluids to high-performance materials. Such additives have found use in paints and coatings, fuels and lubricating oils, cosmetics and personal care products, and food. This 20-chapter book presents a strong mix of industrial and academic contributions that cover rheological concepts, gels and latices, associating polymers, polymer-polymer and polymer-solvent interactions, and deformation-related orientations.Schultz, Donald N. is the author of 'Polymers As Rheology Modifiers' with ISBN 9780841220096 and ISBN 0841220093.
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